Ryan Holmes exits as Hootsuite’s CEO

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Ryan Holmes, the founder and current chief executive officer of Hootsuite has announced his exit as Hootsuite’s  CEO. Stepping down after almost 10 years as CEO, Holmes will be moving to the executive chairman position once the right person is chosen, he announced on Twitter today. Speaking to the Financial Post, he said an IPO…

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